Our custom rides blend customization with performance. Our target is not only to build stunning bikes, but also customize them around you, the rider.
We cover all aspects of customization in a straightforward, 5‑step process.
We offer several bike platforms, which all share key core design features. You can choose between the platforms based on your cycling preference.
You can customize key elements and design features for your bike to fine‑tune the bike’s character. Aero elements are addressed just as much as component integration is addressed.
No custom configurator would be complete without a custom graphics option. Design your bike’s appearance as you wish from our offered design schemes and color combinations.
We offer our rides in several spec versions that feature highly desirable high‑end builds, and value‑focused race builds. Choose your specs and components from our range of equally performance‑ and design‑oriented partners.
Here’s where we dive deep into customization. You can tailor your ride to your unique riding style. For example, for road bikes we offer each ride in either a race or endurance style. Your bike fit, component specifications, and geometry are tailored to your style. "Finish your next custom ride and pre-order now."
Purpose engineered and optimized structures
Curvature analysis is performed in order to achieve optimal performance in one of two ideals: stiffness-to-weight and aerodynamics. A structure optimized for a classic design would yield the greatest stiffness-to-weight ratio, whereas a structure optimized for an integrated design would possess more pronounced aerodynamic features.
Integrated seat clamp
Unique wedge design evenly distributes loads to reduce stress on frame. A carbon fiber plate between the wedge and the seatpost increases effective surface area to moderate clamping force. The seat clamp is designed to be seamlessly integrated into the frame to preserve its minimalist look.
Custom cable management
Cable entries are designed to perfectly integrate a range of proprietary groupset features. For example, Shimano’s Di2 junction box is integrated into the lower part of the downtube, where there’s less stress on the frame. In the instance of SRAM eTap, the absence of cable entries further minimizes frame fatigue. Dedicated entries for mechanical shifting can be converted to electronic shifting at any time.
BB386 Evo bottom bracket
A large volume bottom bracket with a 46 mm diameter and 86.5 mm width was chosen for its maximum stiffness to weight properties. This affords the rider more efficient pedalling with no loss of power transfer
Wide tire clearance
Sufficient tire clearance for tires up to 30 mm wide mounted on wide carbon fiber rims. Tires can be selected as a matter of personal choice beyond a predetermined race setup (25 mm) or endurance setup (28 mm).